Pet Re-homing, Surrender, & Financial Help

Resources for Rehoming Pets

  • Rehome by Adopt-A-Pet
    • Free, easy, online service to post your pet, accept adoption applications, meet adopters and more
  • Pet Resource Center at The Animal Foundation
    • Variety of online resources all in one location, including those for under-served communities and temporary placement for military
  • Social Media
    • A great place to network with family, friends, businesses, colleagues and more
    • Nextdoor, a free, private social network for your neighborhood
    • Facebook, a free, social network
  • Petfinder
    • Resources for how to best handle giving up your pet
    • Resources for finding a home for your pet

Resources for Surrendering Pets


Financial Help Resources

The Animal Foundation has an extensive guide here with helpful tips and a list of organizations that offer financial help to pet owners.

Pet Food Assistance

Drive-Thru Pet Food Assistance is offered by Nevada SPCA.  Hours and location can be found on their website. 

Hearts Alive Village supplies pet food through Kendall’s Kupboard, and is our region’s emergency pet food bank during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Street Dogz and Street Catz LV‘s mission is to ensure that no pet is surrendered due to a lack of resources on the part of their human. They distribute dog and cat food and supplies throughout the valley. 


More Resources:

Lost & Found Pets Resources
Lost/Found Pets The Animal Foundation Call 702-384-3333 ext. 932 Lost and found pets resources in Las Vegas (LOOK HERE FIRST) Lost and found pets online search in Las Vegas (LOOK …
Spay/Neuter Resources
Low Cost Spay/Neuter, Vaccines and Microchips for Owned Pets The Animal Foundation655 N. Mojave Road, Las Vegas, 89101 (map)702-955-5955 Spay/Neuter by appointment only Open Tuesday – Thursday & Saturday Forms …
Help Community Cats
Community cats, also known as feral cats, are unsocialized cats who were born outside without a lot of human contact. While these kitties do not want to curl up on …
Litter Box Problems
Most cats are happy to use a litter box because their instinct is to bury their urine and feces. But when their burying preferences include the laundry basket, the bed …

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